Rockstar has unveiled a trio of new shots of its retro-fuelled fist-fest The Warriors, the ages-in-the making free-roaming fighter inspired by the cult movie of the same name.
While there is still little in the way of firm info known about the game, we're expecting it to have elements of prior Rockstar games like and , just with added bandanas.
For earlier screenshots, .
The Warriors will be released for PS2 and Xbox in
We must admit to being slightly worried by the fourth instalment in the Burnout series. The idea of being able to hit traffic just seemed so very wrong and threatened to take all of the skill away from the game.
But now, having had a play, we realise this is - thankfully - not so.
While Burnout 3 moved away from Burnout 2's points and boost combo-driven gameplay, favouring combat and aggression, Burnout Revenge seems to have continued towards crash-centric aggressive and combative gameplay
Just look at those screenshots. OK, there are only two of them but, let's face it, at first glance, Ultimate Spider-Man looks lush.
Yes, we're suckers for cel-shaded games but, even if you're not, Ultimate still sounds an attractive proposition. Players are given the opportunity to play as both Spider-Man and a super-villain across expanded, free-roaming environments, including the addition of Queens, New York.
We're also promised diverse gameplay and improved combat systems (there are two
Playing like a multiplayer event, featuring intricate levels and allowing players to make use of any vehicle that happens to be sat about, Battlefield 2 Modern Combat offers gamers a genuinely fast-paced and exciting single-player game.
While the option to play against groups of other gamers in massive online battles is still present, players can now enjoy a completely different type of squad-based single-player game.
'Hot-swapping' is the magical element that makes this so exciting. Rather
Aside from the first-looks and playtests of the first batch of next-gen titles, this is one of the most exciting games of this year's E3 show, so how could we resist a sneaky peak.
Burnout 3 is the best arcade racing experience money can buy and all eyes are on its sequel to perform equally as well.
But will it? Can it?
The main difference is the new ability to hit traffic without suffering any sort of penalty. Moving further towards Takedown-lead gameplay and fighting, rather than the
We've that EA's next Bond outing is to feature the vocals and likeness of Bond veteran Sean Connery for the videogame version of one of his better Bond films, From Russia with Love.
Well, now we've seen it in action and can comfortably speculate wildly that this may very well be EA's best Bond game yet. And that's not just because the polygonal variation of Brosnen's dislikeable Bond has been dropped.
Particularly noteworthy moments come from action involving a jet pack and a fight with a
We've just uncovered the first ever screenshots of the curiously-named Full Spectrum Warrior Ten Hammers, the sequel to the critically acclaimed squad-based tactical military romp.
Like its predecessor, it's being developed by the well-regarded Pandemic Studios and again puts players in charge of multiple infantry squads in a variety of hostile environments.
The key improvement over the first game seems to be an enhanced online multiplayer mode, while the game retains the sense of
Sega has just released an overload of new shots of Shadow the Hedgehog, the latest instalment in the long-running (with the emphasis on running) Sonic series.
The game focuses as much on shooting as it does on the super-speedy platforming for which the Sonic series is best known, while gamers are left with the quandary of whether Shadow is renegade or hero.
The Sonic offshoot provides players with an assortment of weapons and vehicles with which to progress through a total of 50
The Rockstar PR machine has kicked into life again today with the result of the first proper screenshots of The Warriors. However, in typically enigmatic fashion, the GTA publisher hasn't released any new information on the game.
What we do already know, however, is that the game's storyline is set before the cult classic (and entirely cheesy) 1979 gang flick, which follows New York gang The Warriors as they attempt to escape from the enemy turf of the Upper Bronx back to their home territory
There's always a worry when something is ported from PC to console. Tailoring a PC game to a format that is limited by its inability to be upgraded with new graphics cards and memory invariably means things will either be scaled-down or removed entirely.
But, from our test, Far Cry seems to be fairing very well indeed. Anyone who's been enviously eyeing high-spec PC owners over this game can rest assured everything's almost as bright and smooth as the PC version. It really is quite impressive